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high-end

(hī′ĕnd′)
adj. Informal
1. Appealing to sophisticated and discerning customers: a high-end department store; high-end video equipment.
2. Sophisticated and discerning: high-end patrons.

high-end

adj
(Electronics) (prenominal) (esp of computers, electronic equipment, etc) of the greatest power or sophistication

high′-end′



adj.
being the most expensive and technically sophisticated: high-end computer equipment.
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high-end

adjective deluxe, expensive, top-quality, top-notch (informal) high-end personal computers and workstations
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